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FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Round 3 2017

Date:August 20, 2017

FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Round 3 2017 The third round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships were

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FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Round 2 2017

Date:May 26, 2017

The second round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships were held on the 18 May.  Over 300 students

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TAS in Action – Senior School Open Day

Date:April 28, 2017

Come and see the TAS Difference for yourself. Thursday 4 May from 2.30pm to 5.00pm with school tours leaving every

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Opening of Time Capsule – Class of 1998

Date:March 26, 2017

As declared on the plaque, the Time Capsule buried by the Class of 1998 was opened on Monday 20 March

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FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Round 1, 2017.

Date:March 7, 2017

Over 270 students competed in the first round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships on the 2 March. 

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Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships Round 3

Date:August 23, 2016

Chess continues to grow in popularity, both within the FNQ region and at TAS.  304 students, including 120 TAS students, descended on

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 4 Week 2

Date:October 13, 2017

SHOUT-OUTS Good luck to our Chess teams in Brisbane this weekend. Friday: Queensland Interschool Chess Girls State Finals at Salisbury

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 4 Week 1

Date:October 9, 2017

The 2017 Round Square international Conference was held in Cape Town, South Africa. It was co-hosted by three Round Square

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 3 Week 10

Date:September 18, 2017

To all families – have a wonderful break. Enjoys some well-earned time with your family and friends. I look forward

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 3 Week 9

Date:September 11, 2017

Energy Australia Art awards Well done to our young artists as they scooped up a number of awards at the

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 3 Week 8

Date:September 1, 2017

TAS Triathletes Our triathletes continue to lead the way in Cairns. Townsville Triathlon Festival – Saturday 19 and Sunday 20

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Term 3 Week 7

Date:August 26, 2017

QAMT Maths Quiz Winners Each year the Queensland Association of Mathematics Teachers runs the Year 7/8 QAMT Interschool Mathematics Quiz.

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Principal’s Reports

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The Annual Report 2017

It is a requirement of the Queensland State Government that all schools (State and Independent) report to their school communities mid-year. The information is in the form required by the State Government, and while much of it has already been presented to parents at various times, it is interesting to see the information collected in this way in the one place.

Next Step Report 2017

A report on the destinations of Year 12 completors, the purpose of the Next Step Report is to inform the school school community of the destinations of students from Trinity Anglican School who completed Year 12 in 2016. This is one indicator of the outcomes of schooling.

Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report

Gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of whether they are a woman or a man.

TAS is a relevant employer (non-public sector employer with 100 or more employees) and is therefore required under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 to report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency annually.

As a relevant employer, the school is required to report:

  1. against a set of six standardised gender equality indicators (GEIs) which relate to areas that are critical to gender equality; and
  2. on a workplace profile and a reporting questionnaire, structured around the six GEIs.

Independent Schooling in Australia Snapshot 2015

The Independent Schools Council of Australia represents the interests of the independent school sector at the federal level.

For more information visit http://www.isca.edu.au/

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